SP20 A Personalist Approach to Community Leadership Development (CANCELLED)

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Registration Fee$50.00 USD

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The development of leaders within a specific context necessitates an understanding of the three critical dynamics, place, people and presence. In this course, leaders and emerging leaders will investigate an understanding of the importance of the human being and how the human being influences and is influenced by a specific social place and leadership presence. This course is a helpful resource for leaders and emerging leaders in the spaces of faith, politics, business and general society.
Early communities, like those represented in Homer's The Iliad and Sophocles's Oedipus the King, sought a specific cause for the outbreak of widespread sickness. They most often located it in a specific moral lapse that the gods were intent on punishing. The biblical Book of Job, conversely, rejects this theory of moral causation and asserts that humans can never expect to understand fully why bad things happen to good and, even, morally indifferent people.

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Early communities, like those represented in Homer's The Iliad and Sophocles's Oedipus the King, sought a specific cause for the outbreak of widespread sickness. They most often located it in a specific moral lapse that the gods were intent on punishing. The biblical Book of Job, conversely, rejects this theory of moral causation and asserts that humans can never expect to understand fully why bad things happen to good and, even, morally indifferent people.

 

 

This course is led by Dr. Phillip D. Fletcher of City of Hope Outreach.

 

Registration: 

Registration may be secured without payment.  However, some classes are determined by the number of paid enrollments, and, in some cases, one person enrolling can determine whether or not a class will be offered.

 

Payment: 

Payment for online registration is payable online at the time of registration.  All other payments must be made at least two (2) business days prior to the first class meeting.  If payment is not received by this date, your registration may be subject to cancellation.  

 

Material Fees (if applicable): 

All course material fees will be paid separately to the instructor on the first day of class. Discounts do not apply.

 

Cancellation/Refund Policy: 

If you need to cancel, please email profdev@uca.edu so that we can process your request. If you have any questions, please call 501-450-5261. Refunds will be given if requested at least two (2) business days BEFORE the first class meeting.

 

Inclement Weather Policy - Please view the university’s inclement weather policy for class cancellations; please refer to steps 1-4.

 

 

 

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